The Strange remains the same for 06 March 2014

“Different strokes for different folks, and so on and so on and scooby dooby dooby…”

On the Trail of Florida’s Bigfoot—the Skunk Ape | Science | Smithsonian.

Haunted people: Mother talked about demons before driving child-filled minivan into ocean | wtsp.com.

Bizarre Organic Quasicrystal Accidentally Created in Lab – Wired Science.

Dallas Buyers Club-inspired “right to try” laws: Good movies don’t make good policy – Respectful Insolence.

Chinese man gets whistle removed from body after 15 years | Deccan Chronicle.

Minnesota Mystery: What’s Killing the Moose? – NYTimes.com.

Second baby possibly ‘cured’ of HIV – CNN.com.

Russell Crowe film ‘Noah’ edited to appease Christians upset by ‘historical inaccuracies’ | The Raw Story.

A Different Perspective: The Demise of UFO Magazine.

Pyroclastic (hot rock, ash, buoyed by gas) flow causes tornadoes on volcano slope. Eerily quiet.

Getty Images is allowing use of their beautiful images. Since we are non-commercial use, I’m giving it a try.

 

  5 comments for “The Strange remains the same for 06 March 2014

  1. Nos482
    March 7, 2014 at 12:49 AM

    Noah is historically inacurate?
    No shit, Sherlock…

  2. Erik
    March 7, 2014 at 2:42 AM

    Ugh. A misleading headline on the Noah film story… “editing” implies changes to the narrative, story, or script. Adding a disclaimer title, to me, is not “editing” a film.

  3. John Nowak
    March 7, 2014 at 8:30 AM

    So… exactly what Cecil B. DeMille did in the introduction to [I]Ten Commandments[/I]? Not feeling much outrage here.

  4. busterggi
    March 7, 2014 at 9:02 AM

    Lots of claims of old native American legends for skunk apes, etc, but Europeans settled in Forida in the 1500’s & they didn’t see any until after the 1950’s bigfoot craze which followed the abominable snowman craze – I know, absence of evidence & all but still.

    Meanwhile Pompei never had a chance.

  5. todd sikkema
    March 7, 2014 at 10:40 AM

    10 bonus points for the Sly and the Family Stone reference.

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